In Nick Dear’s contemporary adaptation of Frankenstein, the Creature confronts his Creator in a morally nuanced, existential variation of the “monster story.” Cardinal Stage Company founder Randy White returns to Bloomington to direct the show and notes that the play’s “focus on the Creature as Other” gives it power and relevance — and dovetails with Indiana University’s Themester on Diversity, Difference, and Otherness. Click here to read more about Frankenstein.
Many people understand the enormous impact live theater can have on a person’s life. Cardinal Stage Company is now making it easy to give someone under 35 a full-season subscription to its Mainstage productions. And it’s just $35. That’s 5 shows in the 2017-2018 season for $35. It’s called the Nest Generation Initiative, and its true value lies with giving young adults an unforgettable experience — the chance to support and enjoy live theater. Click here to read more about the Nest Generation.
Cardinal Stage Company’s 2017-2018 season lineup offers a slate of both classic and contemporary works — some for the whole family and some just for the grown-ups. In addition to featuring performances that are provocative, relevant, and spectacular (there will be flying!), the upcoming season launches Cardinal’s new Nest Generation Initiative to introduce more young adults to the world of professional theatre! Click here to see what's coming to Cardinal Stage this year!